Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Korean BBQ at Hong Depot West End


Korean BBQ at Hong Depot West End
After shopping in Harbour Town, mainly shopped for Mr. Choo's work attire *ahem* We came to join in the fun of having Korean BBQ with the rest. We walked in, sat down on a table, a friendly wait staff later approached us to briefly introduce their menus.

I, well, basically everyone of us had no clue that the minimum order for Wagyu Combination ($30 per person) is at least two serves per table, according to the wait staff (possibly the manager) who rejected our first round order. The so-called "policy" was no where written on the menu! And her explanation could be a lot more precise I thought.

We felt very much like being compelled to be honest. Eventually, we picked something from the Main BBQ and a Tapas to satisfy our hunger.

Korean BBQ at Hong Depot West End
Rice balls for TWO with yellow radish, seaweed, sesame and mayo - $7. Yummy yet expensive!

Korean BBQ at Hong Depot West End
Want some? Hehe xD

Korean BBQ at Hong Depot West End
Medium Seafood Pancake - $13. Crispy, crunchy and tasty, but there wasn't much seafood in it.

Korean BBQ at Hong Depot West End
For charcoal barbecue, we had Spicy Pork BBQ and Gan Jang Chicken. 200g each.

Korean BBQ at Hong Depot West End
Simply nice and warm sitting around the grill in winter.

Korean BBQ at Hong Depot West End
Like mother, like son. They both wore the same colors of clothing. LOL.

Korean BBQ at Hong Depot West End
Tan's family. That's Preston enjoying his favorite cartoon on iPad.

Korean BBQ at Hong Depot West End
Despite the lovely food, we highly doubt if we would be keen enough to re-visit in the future. The whole dining experience and first impression were bad, terribly bad.

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